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The museum contains informative and colourful displays about the prehistory and Roman history of Ribchester, using many archaeological finds from the site, including coins, sculpture and metalwork. There are also remains of the Roman fort and baths...more
Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Ribchester Roman Museum Riverside | Ribchester, Preston PR3 3XS, England
All reviews bath house worth a visit hundred yards ribble valley church grounds showing how school visit on display pay and display car park great collection interesting information small shop walk around per adult local history lovely place to visit gift shop
For a small place there’s a lot of information on the Romans in the area and a well presented display of their articles of daily life. Well worth twenty minutes of your time. The ancient church next door and a walk along the riverbank to...More
Went at the weekend and I do like Ribchester and it’s history and was looking forward to seeing the museum. Wasn’t expecting a massive place but it’s literally just a house with some artefacts in a big room. For the price of £4 as well...More
Having passed the signs in the A59 for many years and saying I will go, eventually I have been.
The village of Ribchester is small and there is little else to do.
It’s worthy of noting that at present this place doesn’t accept cards, so...More
Very interesting but small, as is Ribchester. You can admire the river and church while there but that is it. Perhaps a morning could comfortably do the lot. Therefore perhaps find other driveable locations for that day. Clitheroe Castle and Museum is only 20 mins...More
I have visited the Roman Museum on several occasions, as well as going to the Roman Festival that the museum organise in the village. The museum has a great collection of materials relating to the Roman fort and settlement that lie under the village of...More
Wasted half a day coming across from Yorkshire to visit the site to find the place well and truly closed despite being advertised as open from 10. Waited an hour and gave up! The church - St Wilfred’s is well worth a visit.
Superb staff with excellent knowledge. Lots of artefacts for children to handle. Helmets etc. to try on. Remember to book the village hall (next door) as it is so convenient as a place for children to eat packed lunches. Nearby playground allows children to burn...More
We took our some and daughter. Travelled an hour to get there to find that the church nearby had taken over the WHOLE village for a wedding. The car park outside the museum had been reserved for wedding cars and we were told to go...More